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Juhani Rudanko examines some of the most central prepositions in English; to, in, at, on/up Diachronic Studies of English Complementation Patterns offers original analysis of change and continuity of predicates selecting central prepositions and complement clauses over the last three.

Juhani Rudanko examines some of the most central prepositions in English; to, in, at, on/up Diachronic Studies of English Complementation Patterns offers original analysis of change and continuity of predicates selecting central prepositions and complement clauses over the last three centuries using authentic data drawn from a unique combination of authoritative resources. Juhani Rudanko examines some of the most central prepositions in English; to, in, at, on/upon, and with, in constructions using an -ing clause

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He also provides a systematization of matrix verbs governing the pattern of eighteenth century English in each case

He also provides a systematization of matrix verbs governing the pattern of eighteenth century English in each case. Then Rudanko focuses on the later development of the verbs identified by comparing the eighteenth century usage with present-day English.

In book: Changes in Complementation in British and American English .

In book: Changes in Complementation in British and American English, p. 7-84. Cite this publication. The studies in this volume focused on the system of English predicate complementation. The studies were based on two approaches. In Chapters 2 through 5, the approach was pattern based. So, the reuse process is crucial in all stages of the development, but there is not explicit reference to the specification reusability in this development process.

Diachronic Studies of English Complementation Patterns offers original analysis of change and continuity of predicates selecting central prepositions and complement clauses over the last three centuries using authentic data drawn from a unique combination of authoritative resources. Juhani Rudanko examines some of the most central prepositions in English; to, in, at, on/upon, and with, in constructions using an -ing clause.

Eighteenth Century Evidence in Tracing the Development of Verbs and Adjectives Selecting Prepositions and Complement Clauses. University Press of America. Rudanko, Juhani 2011. Changes in Complementation in British and American English

Eighteenth Century Evidence in Tracing the Development of Verbs and Adjectives Selecting Prepositions and Complement Clauses. Changes in Complementation in British and American English. CorpusBased Studies on Non-Finite Complements in Recent English. Schäfer, Florian 2008.

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Journal of English Philology. Juhani Rudanko, Diachronic Studies of English Complementation Patterns: Eigtheenth Century Evidence in Tracing the Development of Verbs and Adjectives Selecting Prepositions and Complement Clauses (Ewald Standop). Ed. by Kornexl, Lucia, Lenker, Ursula, Middeke, Martin, Rippl, Gabriele, Stein, Daniel Thomas. SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) 2018: . 30 Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) 2018: . 36. See all formats and pricing. Medieval Folklore: An Encyclopedia of Myths, Legends, Tales, Beliefs and Customs, ed. Carl Lindahl, John McNamara and John Lindow (Hans Sauer).

Rudanko, J. (1999) Diachronic Studies of English Complementation Patterns: Eighteenth Century Evidence in Tracing the Development of Verbs and Adjectives Selecting Prepositions and Complement Clauses (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press). Sellgren, E. (2010) ‘Prevent and the Battle of the-ing Clauses’ in U. Lenker, J. Huber and R. Mailhammer (eds) English Historical Linguistics 2008: Vol. 1: The History of English Verbal and Nominal Constructions (Amsterdam: John Benjamins), pp. 45–62.

This text investigates the system of English predicate complementation over three centuries from 1700. It highlights the central parts of the system, the nouns, adjectives and verbs that select complement clauses, with a look at the use of the "-ing" over the years. Variation between this pattern and "to" infinitives is examined in the complements of different types of matrix predicates and it argues that the "to" and "-ing" pattern has been spreading in recent centuries.

Diachronic Studies of English Complementation Patterns offers original analysis of change and continuity of predicates selecting central prepositions and complement clauses over the last three centuries using authentic data drawn from a unique combination of authoritative resources. Juhani Rudanko examines some of the most central prepositions in English; to, in, at, on/upon, and with, in constructions using an -ing clause. He depicts the common constructions used with the prepositions, focusing on matrix adjectives, matrix verbs, and in the case of to, the issue of alternation related to the infinitival pattern. He also provides a systematization of matrix verbs governing the pattern of eighteenth century English in each case. Then Rudanko focuses on the later development of the verbs identified by comparing the eighteenth century usage with present-day English. He draws on many sources for guidance on usage in each period along with the Oxford English Dictionary and H. Poutsma's unpublished dictionary which were sources throughout. For present-day English, he uses the intuitions of native speakers, along with the British National Corpus, and the COBUILD Direct Corpus. His source for nineteenth century examples is the Corpus of Nineteenth Century English. For the eighteenth century, he used the Chadwyck-Healy Corpus and the Century of Prose Corpus.

Diachronic Studies of English Complementation Patterns: Eighteenth Century Evidence in Tracing the Development of Verbs and Adjectives Selecting Prepositions and Complement Clauses epub download

ISBN13: 978-0761814078

ISBN: 0761814078

Author: Juhani Rudanko

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Publisher: UPA (June 3, 1999)

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